Perfect Jewel: Sacred Chants of Tibet
November 8th, 2011 by Aldouspi

Perfect Jewel: Sacred Chants of Tibet

Repressing of this installment in the Mickey Hart Collection, a World Music series that the Grateful Dead drummer curated which incorporated his solo projects, other artists productions, and re-releases of out-of-print titles.

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  • D S Charles writes:
    November 8th, 20115:43 pmat
    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Return of the Gyoto Monks, June 22, 2002

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    This review is from: Perfect Jewel: Sacred Chants of Tibet (Audio CD)

    Since I have been buying their CD’s, I have not been truly disappointed by the Gyoto Monks. This is another excellent chant CD to add to your collection. My only complaint is that after listening to their past two albums (which I listen to every night as part of my meditation regimen), I’ve noticed that they’ve been singing 2-3 particular chants the whole time and each CD is a variation (albeit beautiful) on each one. After more than a 1500 years of Tibetan chanting I think there are more chants than just three! Ah well, maybe this shows that the East is still reluctant to divulge much of their religions to the “round-eyed barbarians of the West” still to this day. Also, many chants apparently are too sacred for mere laymen so we may never get to hear them all. We’ll have to wait and see whether the Gyoto Monks change their tune in the upcoming CD,s which I look forward to greatly. I recommend this CD wholeheartedly, I think its my favorite chant from these guys CD thus far. Enjoy! 🙂

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  • L. Dann "adhdmom" writes:
    November 8th, 20116:04 pmat
    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Free spirit and prayer for Tibet, September 9, 2002
    L. Dann “adhdmom” (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States) –

    This review is from: Perfect Jewel: Sacred Chants of Tibet (Audio CD)

    These chants were new to me and their impact was to release that spirit lever, (wherever it is,) whereby I entered almost instantly a meditative state. This was a simple process that did not include suffering through either boredom or ‘work.’

    I have not been this susceptible since I first attended Michael Harner’s workshops and later listened to his drumming tapes. For some mysterious reason, there are some ‘Om’ recordings that make me incredibly anxious! Probably Freudian backlash. These recordings however generated a multiphonic peace through technical clarity. The chants are truly jewels of prayer and as such are gifts to your own spiritual work but also the work for world peace. Exiled now in Dharmasala near his holiness the Dalai Lama, the monks paid for a new monastery and education programs through tours and recordings. Micky Hart produced this offering. The liner is both beautiful and informative.

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